Term 6 - What's it like in Kenya?
Located on Africa's Eastern coast, the climate and geography of the country provide conditions that are perfect for some of the world's rarest animals, ranging from the mighty African elephant to the elusive black rhino. Tourists are drawn to the country's pristine beaches and the cultural heritage of its diverse communities, including the well known Maasai and Samburu people.
During this term, Year 5 will be investigating climate, the impact of tourism and how life is changing for the Kenyan people. We will do this by establishing locational knowledge and using geographical language to describe location within the world. We will continue to develop children's map reading skills and introduce them to a range of different types of maps.
|-Term 6 - What's it like in Kenya?
Mama Miti: Wangari Maathai and the Trees of Kenya (Donna Jo Napoli)
Animals including humans (reproduction)
Islam - What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?
Food - celebrating culture and seasonality
Expressive self portraits
Own 4 bar rhythm
Own 4 bar melody